Joshua Kushner and Karlie Kloss buy Puck Building penthouse last listed for $42.5M
Joshua Kushner and Karlie Kloss are in contract to buy the largest penthouse at the historic Puck Building, a condo project in Nolita developed by the venture capitalist’s family’s real estate company. As first reported by the Wall Street Journal, Penthouse 1 measures an incredible 7,241 square feet and contains five bedrooms, seven and a half baths, and sprawling outdoor space. The final sales price hasn’t been released, but the home was last listed for $42.5 million.
Located on Lafayette Street in Nolita, the Puck Building was built in the late 19th century in the German Rundbogenstil architecture style and was designed by architect Albert Wagner.
Kushner Companies, led by Joshua Kushner’s brother Jared, son-in-law and former senior advisor to President Donald Trump, acquired the building in 1980 and in recent years added six homes, all penthouses, to the top levels, with office space below.
Jared and his wife Ivanka Trump used to live at the building but have reportedly moved to a waterfront community north of Miami Beach and just 60 miles from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club. Joining the family in Florida, Josh and Karlie bought a $22 million mansion in Miami last December.
The couple’s new digs at the Puck Building contain a gym, library, home theater, wine cellar, and over 5,100 square feet of private terrace space, equipped with a yoga lawn, putting green, hot tub, and wet bar, according to the listing.
Custom designed by Jose Ramirez, the duplex penthouse features a massive living room with a fireplace and chef’s kitchen with high-end appliances. The seven-room main suite has two large dressing rooms, two baths, and a sitting room.
[Listing details: 293 Lafayette Street, Unit PH1 at CityRealty]
[At Modlin Group by Adam Modlin]